MG Gundam Deathscythe Hell EW

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The iconic bat wings of the Endless Waltz version of Deathscythe Hell bring nostalgia to many a Gundam Fan in the U.S. Now available as a Master Grade, this version of Deathscythe Hell contains the latest MG technology offering superior plastic engineering, accuracy, and posability. New wing gimick allows for various extreme poses and contains various warning signs and markerings. Scythe is molded in bright transclucent green plastic and has spots to be slotted into the swappable hands. Action base connectors included for aerial posing.

Product Features

  • 1/100 Scale
  • Made of ABS and PVC
  • Based on the Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz anime
  • Part of the Master Grade model kit series
  • Features wing gimmick for incredible articulation, decals, markings, interchangeable hands, and action base connectors
  • Action Base not included

Box Contents

  • Pieces to build
    • Deathscythe Hell
    • Wings
    • Wing gimmicks
    • Interchangeable hands
    • Beam Scythe
  • Action base connectors
  • Pilot figure
  • Decals
  • Instructions
box art
Scale 1/100
Line MG - Master Grade
Brand Mobile Suit Gundam
Series Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz


Will this kit be released at some point,or has it been discontinued?
This product is not discontinued. We expect to stock ALL new, past, and upcoming Bandai model kit releases. Unfortunately, we are not able to give an exact estimate, but we suggest adding the product(s) to your wishlist, subscribing to our E-newsletter, or following our social channels to receive updates on incoming releases!
May 18, 2022
Does this come with a action base?
It does not.
October 22, 2023
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89% of customers recommend this product
Mar 16, 2023

Looks absolutely stunning, but not perfect

This kit is absolutely gorgeous when finished. It’s exactly the same as the DeathScythe EW minus a few small difference in the arms and the obvious backpack. So if you’ve built that it’ll be a breeze and even if you haven’t, these EW kits are really simple yet very fun. My only complaint with this build is the arm shields don’t really hold on very well. You actually build that piece on this kit where the regular DeathScythe has a one piece connection for its shield, which holds on much better. The 2 for the this kit don’t really stay attached so they will require some sort of glue. Other than that, this kit is perfect!
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Dec 7, 2022

A bit of a pain

I'll preface this by saying I've only been into the hobby for about 5 months now. In that time, I've done 20+ kits. Some MGs, some RGs, and a lot of HGs. MG Deathscythe has been my least favorite of all of them. I had 2 pieces break on me just by clipping them from the runners. Like, the plastic was so brittle, the pieces broke from the recoil of being released from the runner itself. The wings gave the most trouble, but it was mostly my fault. Once the wing are put together, they are not meant to come apart ever again. I relatives I put them together wrong, and it took me about 20 minute to get them apart because ai was afraid the entire time that they might break in the process. Nub marks were hard to nearly impossible to get rid of with my limited tool set. Anyway, I'd give the overall building experience a 2 out of 5, but the shelf presence a good 4 out of 5. Averaging out to a 3 overall.
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Aug 17, 2022

First Master Grade

This was the first MG I built, recently. It's a pretty awesome kit that made me realize this hobby is for me, it inspired me to get more tools after researching more about how people customize their gunplas- I remember when building the legs I stopped and admired the articulation before the armor plates. There were a couple of ISSUES: (again I'm new to the hobby so.. yeah) the skirt attachments (6 of them) don't really fit well, they will fall off usually if handling the model. posing them is fine if you don't touch if afterwards, the only other issue I can think of is the wings, they're a little clunky buildin, and the plastic is a large, super smooth surface; So be careful not to let pressure cause a crease mark. Other than that I really enjoy this guy and am brainstorming ideas of customizing him to look more like the modern builds!
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